Embassy of Ukraine in the United States of America

, Kyiv 23:54

The memory of fallen Heroes from Heavenly Hundreds honored today at the Embassy of Ukraine in the U.S.

05 March, 04:55

The charity event, funds from which will be sent to Ukraine as targeted assistance to two Ukrainian ATO soldiers, was organized in collaboration with US - Ukraine organization United Help Ukraine.
Another Embassy's partners for this event were duet "Gerdan" and pianist Andrew Claus.
Numerous guests of Ukrainian Embassy, including the representatives of the Ukrainian community in the United States and American friends, activly took part in a charity silent auction.
US Ambassador to Ukraine Valeriy Chaly started event by announcement of a minute of silence in memory of Ukrainian miners who died on March 2 this year, and all Ukrainian Heroes.
Addressing the guests of the Embassy Valeriy Chaly said that we, Ukrainian, will always remember the Heroes from Heavenly Hundreds, who gave their lives for our freedom, independence and a decent future for Ukraine.

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